J. LaMoine Jenson
|J. LaMoine Jenson|
J. LaMoine Jenson in 1990
|President of the Priesthood of
the Apostolic United Brethren
|February 14, 2005– September 2, 2014|
|Predecessor||Owen A. Allred|
|Successor||Lynn A. Thompson|
June 27, 1935|
Millville, Utah, United States
|Died||September 2, 2014
Eagle Mountain, Utah, United States
|Cause of death||Cancer|
|Alma mater||Jordan High School|
|Parents||Eslie D. Jenson|
Jenson was born in Millville, Utah to Eslie D. Jenson, a member of the Priesthood Council of the Apostolic United Brethren under leadership of Joseph W. Musser. Jenson grew up in the Salt Lake Valley and graduated from Jordan High School in 1953. Jenson went on to work in the building materials industry and owned the Jenson Lumber in Draper, Utah.
Apostolic United Brethren leadership
Jenson was called as a member of the AUB's priesthood council in 1969 by then head Rulon C. Allred. Prior to assuming leadership of the Bluffdale, Utah church, Jenson had been a member of the AUB's Priesthood Council for 36 years. Prior to the death of AUB leader Owen A. Allred, Jenson was appointed by Allred as the Second Elder of the church and Allred's successor-designate.
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